Don your best dinner socks for this traditional Thai restaurant, where diners are asked to remove their shoes before perching on low cushions at the intricately carved tables. Service is as slow as a glacier, making it more suited to casual dining than a business lunch. Still, Khan Toke is worth the wait. Awaken the senses with a bowl of enticingly pungent and spicy-sour tom yum soup, loaded with tomato, onion, and sliced lemongrass, finished with fresh cilantro. Then dive into gai ga prou, a delicious stir-fry of chicken and bell peppers studded with sliced Thai chilies. Indeed, chili-lovers who order dishes "very spicy" will get what they want. There is no shortage of firepower in the bamboo shoots with chili sauce and excellent Panang curry.
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